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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #24 on: February 22, 2023, 07:45:35 am »
The secret of Stanley Meyer's Fuel Cell is partially revealed.
All processes in the Fuel Cell occur not due to the conduction current, but due to the displacement current.
Formulas for the theoretical calculation of the Fuel Cell are derived


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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #25 on: April 07, 2023, 06:01:44 am »
Faraday electrolysis is a parasitic phenomenon in Stanley Meyer's process.
The Stanley Meyer process is also called voltrolysis.
How to know that in the Meyer cell there is voltrolysis and there is no Faraday electrolysis.
Low current consumption, less than 1 amp.
No water heating (in some cases drop in water temperature)
Supply voltage over 1 kilovolt and no voltage drop.
Emission of atomic Oxygen and Hydrogen (accompanied by the appearance of "milk").
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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #26 on: April 07, 2023, 06:17:20 am »
Displacement current is ac isn’t?

How the molecules get converted?

Stanley Meyer never talked or mention about oxide films

The only thing he cited in one of his patent is another patent from tay he Han about barium titanate and water splitting

I believe you should keep your eye on your findings but also you should not stick to only this…

I think can say without prove that the cleanest is the electrode the better…

Hope you have time to read my hipóteses on how the cell resonate and generate electric power at same time as hydrogen

I’m quite certain that is a physical reaction also rather than only chemical… anything that is not a catalyser would not help


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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #27 on: April 07, 2023, 07:58:47 am »
Faraday electrolysis is a parasitic phenomenon in Stanley Meyer's process.
The Stanley Meyer process is also called voltrolysis.
How to know that in the Meyer cell there is voltrolysis and there is no Faraday electrolysis.
Low current consumption, less than 1 amp.
No water heating (in some cases drop in water temperature)
Supply voltage over 1 kilovolt and no voltage drop.
Emission of atomic Oxygen and Hydrogen (accompanied by the appearance of "milk").


This property is required that you actually have a Meyer cell.
If the cell does not meet the criteria, then it is not a Meyer fuel cell, but a conventional electrolyzer.

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #28 on: April 07, 2023, 08:05:03 am »
difference between Faraday electrolysis and Meyer Process (voltrolysis)


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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #29 on: April 07, 2023, 14:01:41 pm »
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Stanley Meyer never talked or mention about oxide films

He did not speak, but he showed on the drawings.

Insulation resistance = water resistance + oxide film resistance.

The water resistance is too low, not higher than 300 ohms.
Oxide film resistance up to 100 Megaohm.
Which automatically eliminates the voltage drop.


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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #30 on: April 07, 2023, 14:05:26 pm »
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Hope you have time to read my hipóteses on how the cell resonate and generate electric power at same time as hydrogen

Give links to videos of experiments and experiments that would confirm your theoretical calculations.

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #31 on: April 07, 2023, 14:11:36 pm »
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Stanley Meyer never talked or mention about oxide films

He did not speak, but he showed on the drawings.

Insulation resistance = water resistance + oxide film resistance.

The water resistance is too low, not higher than 300 ohms.
Oxide film resistance up to 100 Megaohm.
Which automatically eliminates the voltage drop.

In my point of view you are placing words in his mouth…

There is no where he talk about increasing resistance of the cell

He talks about resistors and restricting the amps

If you add resistance inside the cell you are restricting the voltage more than the amps